A Letter From The Editor

Posted in Blog by - September 28, 2020
A Letter From The Editor

To Our Loyal Readers,

Expansion is never an easy thing and finding a diverse array of voices to contribute to the world of film and TV criticism is just as difficult.

Well here’s the good news, we’re accepting applications for anyone who wants to write about TV or film in any function.  Straight reviews, critical essays, episode recaps, festival coverage, talent interviews etc etc etc, if you have an idea for something that you want to write about we’re open to any and all ideas.  We can help with access if needed to anything you might need, or if you just want a chance to see a wide range of different film and TV (and subsequently write about it) then we can help to hone your craft.

Here’s the bad news…we don’t have any money.  It’s strictly volunteer and for the love of the moving image.   Sorry…

Money…one day is the dream, but we aren’t there yet.

If you’re interested please e-mail us at [email protected] with ‘Contributor Application’ in the subject header with the following.

Full Name

Where you live (Just a city will suffice)

A writing (or YouTube) on line sample of any previous work you’ve done.  Or if you don’t have anything current, write us a sample piece (no less than 400 words) on anything TV or Film related.

Tell us why you’d like to join the team at In The Seats.

That’s it…if we like what we see, we will respond directly to those applicants.

Good luck and as always thanks for joining us In The Seats!

Editor/Publisher

Yours Truly

Dave Voigt

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David Voigt is a Toronto based writer with a problem and a passion for the moving image and all things cinema. Having moved from production to the critical side of the aisle for well over 10 years now at outlets like Examiner.com, Criticize This, Dork Shelf (Now That Shelf), to.Night Newspaper he’s been all across his city, the country and the continent in search of all the news and reviews that are fit to print from the world of cinema.
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